Centralise stroke care 'in super units' call
Stroke care needs to be centralised in large specialist units in a radical shake-up of hospitals, experts say.
A study led by University College London found the overhaul of services in London which focused care at eight centres was saving 96 lives a year.
In comparison less far-reaching changes in Greater Manchester had less impact.
England's national stroke director Prof Tony Rudd said the research showed centralisation of care should now be spread to all urban areas.
How emergency care is organised is a pressing issue in the health service.
Last year NHS England proposed creating a network of major centres to do the most complex care.
This has already started for stroke with London and Greater Manchester undergoing reorganisations in recent years.
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